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Race Called Due to Large Pile-Up at Peterborough Speedway


The night was off to an exciting start with Greg Smulders taking first position in lap one of the first heat, as he carried the lead to the checkered. Harvey Walsh and Larry Wilson rounded out the top three.




Heat two ran green to checkered, with rookie Corey Moesker starting on the pole and defending his position until the last lap where he was passed by James Gray; Paul Smith finished third.

 




Rob Neely quickly worked his way through the field in the B Feature. Once he got to the front he didn't look back and won the race in dominating fashion.

 


With only one full lap complete in the feature, the race was called due to an eleven car pile up at the start/finish line. There was a lot of damage to most of the field, but we were fortunate enough to see everyone walk away with only minor injuries. There happened to be a lot of speedy dry on the track, due to an oil spill from earlier in the evening, which caused some slippery conditions for the Lucas Oil Can-Am Midgets, who run on slick tires. Of the eighteen cars that took the green flag, only six cars managed to remain untouched in the massive wreck. Although it was unfortunate that many of the top contenders and current points leaders were involved in the crash, the fact that all of the drivers involved managed to walk away, from what appeared to be a devastating accident, is a true testament to the high level of safety these cars offer. Without the recent mandating of mandatory head and neck restraints, we may have experienced a much different outcome this evening as far as driver safety is concerned. With no positive identification of the true cause of the pile up, we are all simply relieved, and extremely fortunate, that none of our drivers were seriously hurt.

 

(Race recap courtesy of Melissa Fenwick)

(Pictures courtesy of Ralph Webbe)

 

Full Race Results Here

 


 

Cold May Long Weekend

Treats Veterans Well at Sauble

 

 

James Gray 2nd, Rob Neely 1st, Adam Walsh 3rd

 

Saturday night Rob Neely took the lead right off the start and hold off James Gray and Adam Walsh to take the win.  Greg Smulders and Todd Cresswell rounded off the top 5

 

 

Paul Smith 2nd, Todd Cresswell 1st, Daniel Bois 3rd

 

Sunday night was one of the most exciting Lucas Oil Can-Am Midget races to watch in recent memory. Paul Smith took the lead in the first 4 laps, with plenty of 2 wide and even 3 wide racing behind him. It looked like he had it locked up, but Todd Creswell made his favourite go-karting pass out of turn 4 on the last lap and dove underneath Paul Smith to take the win. They were followed by Daniel Bois, James Gray and Greg Smulders

 

Full race results here

 


 

 

Bois Takes Season Opener at Flamboro

 

 

Todd Cresswell 2nd, Daniel Bois 1st and Darren McLennan 3rd

 

Daniel Bois took the first feature win of the season in the Lucas Oil Can-Am TQ Midget Series  Todd Cresswell was second followed by Darren McLennan, Cliff Hodgkinson and Harvey Walsh.

 

Full race results here